Point with Pride: may 26, 1924

After a cursory view of TIME's summary of events, the Generous Citizen points with pride to:

The New York World. Unique, it passed up the opportunity to mongerize (P. 26.)

A couple of well-bred weasels. (P 15.)

"A wild and enthusiastic yell." (P. 25.)

Many lengthy dances given in Louisville. (P. 26.)

Mrs. Hoots. She kept a good presence. (P. 27.)

Robert Underwood Johnson. He redeemed the national honor. (P. 18.)

Mrs. Oliver H. P. Belmont. She would oust all invalids. (P. 30.)

A banqueting table where gold plate was used. (P. 11.)

An Irishman without a sense...

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